Launch of the sculpture The Mother is postponed until June 2022
The large bronze sculpture was scheduled to be unveiled at the new area outside of MUNCH during 2021, but the work has taken longer than planned. It has now been decided to postpone the transport of The Mother from London until the spring of 2022. The unveiling will therefore not take place until next summer.
– It is very unfortunate that the production has taken longer than expected, and we ar
The large sculpture The Mother outside the new MUNCH will be installed towards the end of the year
MUNCH opens in the autumn of 2021. Outside of the museum, facing the Oslo Fjord, Oslo will have a new large sculpture; The Mother, created by British artist Tracey Emin. The sculpture arrives from London to Oslo during the summer, where the parts will be assembled together by the artist’s production team. Towards the end of the year, The Mother will be lifted to the new area where it will be p
Pedro Gómez-Egaña to Deichman Bjørvika in Oslo
Oslo's new main library is more than just books. It is also home to amazing artworks, including Lars Ramberg’s BRAINSTORM. This vast neon light installation was unveiled when the library was officially opened last summer. This coming autumn, visitors will be able to experience another spectacular work of art at the Deichman Library in Oslo's Bjørvika district; this time created by the Colombian ar
Sinnataggen, The Angry Boy, is now back in The Vigeland Park
As is well known, Sinnataggen was damaged the night before Tuesday April 6th. Someone attempted to saw over the left ankle, and the sculpture was removed for preservation. The sculpture has now been restored and was placed back on the Bridge in The Vigeland Park today.
- The art in The Vigeland Park belongs to Oslo's residents and visitors. We have received many inquiries from the public that
The iconic sculpture «Sinnataggen» in The Vigeland Park has been vandalized, and will therefore be removed for a period of time.
On the night of Tuesday 6 April, someone tried to saw over the left ankle of the sculpture. Sinnataggen (Angry Boy) has therefore been removed from the bridge for examinations and conservation. As soon as the work is done he will be placed back on the bridge where he belongs. This is vandalism against a protected cultural monument and the matter will be reported to the police.
– We want the
The Mother 2021 – a new artwork in Oslo
What: The Mother, a 9-meter tall bronze sculpture by Tracey Emin.
Where: Outside, on a new park area, next to the new Munch Museum in Bjørvika, Oslo, Norway
When: Sculpture to be unveiled 2021. The area where the sculpture will stand, will be opened to the public in the spring of 2021.
Tracey Emin’s The Mother, a nine-meter high bronze sculpture outside the new Munch Museum in Bjørvika wi
Call-out for artists to ØKERN! in Oslo
Økern is one of Oslo’s most important industrial and transport hubs. Currently, the whole area is undergoing major development. In this connection, we are looking for art projects that take Økern as their starting point. Application deadline: 26 October 2020
The ØKERN! call-out is part of the Public Art and Urban Development initiative. This collaboration between the City of Oslo’s Agency for C
#BRAINSTORM will light up Bjørvika in Oslo
It’s here at last. The artwork BRAINSTORM by Lars Ø Ramberg has taken three years to produce. The result is a gigantic piece of conceptual art, comprising over 400 metres of handmade glass tubing in yellow and white. Europe’s largest neon artwork is the first thing you see when you enter Oslo’s new main public library, Deichman Bjørvika.
BRAINSTORM – with the working title From Daring to Sharin
THE SCREAM: LIVE 24/7 AT MUNCH TØYEN
Experience one of the world’s most famous paintings from your home in this 24/7 live stream from MUNCH Tøyen.
The Scream is one of the world’s most famous motifs. In the newly opened exhibition «Yonder – Edvard Munch and Nature», visitors get to see the painting once again up close during the exhibition period.
For those who cannot travel to the museum, MUNCH offer a 24 hour livestream of Th
The new public library of Oslo - a place for everyone
The new public library of Oslo opened June 18th– a place for everyone
Welcome to the new public library of Oslo, Norway – Deichman Bjørvika
The library of the future is finally ready to open for the public of Oslo and all visitors to the Norwegian capital. Located between Oslo Central Station and the Oslo Opera House, Deichman Bjørvika is an extension of the 235 year history of the public library of Oslo.
Art in Deichman Bjørvika: Martin Puryer
Deichman Bjørvika opens finally on 18 June 2020. Designed by Atelier Oslo and Lundhagem, Oslo’s new main public library enjoys a stunning location, right by the opera on the waterfront. Here you will find a new artworks outside by the american artist, Martin Puryear. Unveiling on 15 june at 10:30 am.
Creature from Iddefjord (large outdoor sculpture, Martin Puryear, USA)